The late Raleigh architect Brian Shawcroft created an addition to Raleigh’s elegant little Fadum House in 2006. Shawcroft paid close attention to the James Fitzgibbon’s original design from 1949 and honored his friend and colleague with what may be the most sensitive addition ever built in the Triangle.
The late Raleigh architect Brian Shawcroft created an addition to Raleigh’s elegant little Fadum House in 2006. Shawcroft paid close attention to the James Fitzgibbon’s original design from 1949 and honored his friend and colleague with what may be the most sensitive addition ever built in the Triangle. 2006 NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO
The late Raleigh architect Brian Shawcroft created an addition to Raleigh’s elegant little Fadum House in 2006. Shawcroft paid close attention to the James Fitzgibbon’s original design from 1949 and honored his friend and colleague with what may be the most sensitive addition ever built in the Triangle. 2006 NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO

This architect knew the history of Raleigh’s modern design like the back of his hand. He was its greatest cheerleader.

February 01, 2018 03:04 PM

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